FMI Emerging Managers Institute
May 12-14, 2015 in Raleigh, N.C.
What are you doing to prepare your emerging managers to become your successors to manage and lead your company into the future? Just being a technically skilled builder is not good enough in today’s competitive construction market. Industry research shows that the construction industry has done a good job of developing the knowledge base and technical skills of employees, but a poor job of developing management skills. Although people need to have a solid foundation of technical knowledge, the most successful leaders of the future will have also developed strong management, leadership and business skills in order to grow their company’s profitability.
Some of the many benefits to attending the EMI include:
- Identify your own communications style and learn practical skills for dealing with different types of individuals.
- Learn the difference between leadership and management and gain insight into what it takes to be an effective leader every day.
- Understand how to create a culture of accountability, gain respect and develop people to achieve superior performance.
- Build productive long-term client relationships with a strong commitment to customer satisfaction that will help turn your clients into “raving fans.”
- Learn new behaviors to improve your time mastery skills and improve your personal productivity.
- Develop your individual action plan that can be tracked and monitored over time to ensure lasting benefits from attending this program.
How Your Company Will BenefitIndustry demographic trends show an inevitable shortage of competent managers to take over the next generation of construction company manager positions. The FMI Emerging Managers Institute has been one of our most successful, interactive programs for more than 25 years. This workshop is designed to provide practical business management skills to build effective leaders for the future.
Meet Other Emerging ManagersParticipants will have many opportunities to exchange ideas and interact with their peers, who are experiencing the same challenges as they take on new responsibilities. The course design encourages collaboration and includes a networking reception for participants at the end of the first day.
Visit www.fminet.com/programs/emi to register and for more information.
About the Author
Michelle Anysz is the Signature Programs Manager at FMI.